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    Swapped the primary and alternative names. The original Japanese title should be used first with the translated title used as an alternate. The original name of the rom has been made the primary name. Kinda odd that the Japanese title makes more sense than the supposed translated title, but I didn't make the names I just swapped them lol.
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    Just another name swap. The Japanese name is "Lipple Island" and I figure it should be the primary name and the translated name "Ripple Island" should be the alternative. :)
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    The given name for this game was a translated name. The original name attached to the rom file and found elsewhere as the name for this game was not included except in the translation notes of which rom to use. I have made the rom name the primary name and the translated one the "alternative" name. I do believe that should be how it is. :)
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    Expanded readme documentation.

Dragon Slayer

PC-8x01

Game Description:

Dragon Slayer, released in late 1984, is a PC-8801 title developed by Falcom and a pioneer of the action RPG genre. Marketed as an addictive “new type real time role-playing game”, it, along with Hydlide, inspired the design of several future computer and console titles, including The Legend of Zelda, and spawned a long-running series of loosely-connected titles including Xanadu, Romancia, Sorcerian, and Legend of Heroes.

Multiple revisions of the title exist: Level 1.0 refers to the original tape version. It includes a single level, increasing in difficulty as it is cleared, and lacks a save function. Level 1.1 was released in disk format, includes 10 levels and includes the ability to save and restore. Level 2.0 is a substantially rebalanced and aesthetically revised disk version that includes 10 additional levels for a total of 20, changes the music and sound effects, and modifies game systems for a generally easier experience, at the cost of halving the experience provided by killing monsters.

Content:


1 Hack
TitleCategoryDate
Dragon Slayer Level 2.0 Clean Save DataBug Fix20 Mar 2019